Huiming Hong Cha

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Black Tea
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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “Could have sworn I made a second tasting note for this tea, but I guess I didn't. Oh well, here is tonight's experience; First steep was lovely, with the flavours of spices, honey and light...” Read full tasting note
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From Camellia Sinensis

One of our passionate growers offered us this black tea with long curly leaves adorned with golden buds. The infusion offers rich floral notes (rose) and softwood (spruce). Its light and coppery liquor unfolds on the palate with surprising complexity, combining sour, sweet (fruity), bitter and a slightly spicy sensation. A silky and delicious tea (peanut oil) from start to finish.

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Could have sworn I made a second tasting note for this tea, but I guess I didn’t. Oh well, here is tonight’s experience;

First steep was lovely, with the flavours of spices, honey and light bodied black tea. The aftertaste had a sensation of sugar syrup on my throat.

Second cup tasted much earthier and had a hint of cocoa. Mmmmm…

Third cup shifted, bringing out more cinnamon and grains.

Fourth cup was very light, and together with the previous flavours it made me think of white tea or Oriental Beauty.

Fifth through six were pretty light, but not bad. I stopped because it satisfied me enough.

Not my favourite resteeper, but a very flavourful tea. Next time I make this I’ll add more time to the resteeps.

100ml purion teapot, 2 tsp, 6 steeps (30s, +15s resteeps)

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C

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